So here’s what Lindsay’s last couple weeks have looked like. I was along for much of this ride, but she was there for all of it.
She left her job as a nanny two weeks ago, saying goodbye to two little adorable boys she has been watching for something like three years.
She then immediately flew to California and picked out an apartment for us (not one of the ones I had previewed, but a nicer one). All of that while waiting moment-to-moment for her sister to call and say when she was going into labor, with what would be Lindsay’s first nephew or niece (we didn’t know which at the time).
She then flew from California to Ohio and waited a handful of days for her sister to finally give birth. She then fell in love with baby Eli. Like… deep love. Pretty much all of Ohio and West Virginia came to visit the baby boy
Had to say goodbye to baby Eli, and the rest of her family, to come back to Arizona and say goodbye to our friends and family here before we pack up and head to California on Wednesday.
We then came to the realization that our two-year-old dog Bella was not going to be able to come with us to California. We’re still working through this one, but we know for sure that she won’t be living with us in three days, no matter where she ends up.
Saying goodbye, then hello, then hello, then goodbye, then goodbye, then goodbye, and then hello… or something like that.
I love my wife… because she is strong. These past few weeks have been a rollercoaster of emotions, and she has handled it so well.
“We are gradually becoming the kind of people that we will be forever.” – Dallas Willard, “Hearing God“